UPDATE: Basic Authentication with webhooks will be sunset April 1st

What’s happening?

In an effort to enforce the highest security standards,  basic authentication is being removed from webhooks. There’s a new, more secure way to help you verify your webhook requests coming from HubSpot. This is done with request signatures. Using request signatures, HubSpot will populate the webhook with an X-HubSpot-Signature header containing a SHA-256 hash of the concatenation of the app-secret + HTTP method + URI + request body.

 More information on request signatures can be found here.

What’s changing?

When selecting to “use authentication” with a HubSpot webhook, the option for basic authentication will no longer be available. All users will need to use “request signatures” for webhook authentication.

 When is this happening?

 Basic authentication will be removed from HubSpot webhooks on March, 1, 2019.

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Sunset [old] : Basic Authentication with webhooks will be sunset March 1st

What’s happening?

In an effort to enforce the highest security standards,  basic authentication is being removed from webhooks. There’s a new, more secure way to help you verify your webhook requests coming from HubSpot. This is done with request signatures. Using request signatures, HubSpot will populate the webhook with an X-HubSpot-Signature header containing a SHA-256 hash of the concatenation of the app-secret + HTTP method + URI + request body.

 More information on request signatures can be found here.

What’s changing?

When selecting to “use authentication” with a HubSpot webhook, the option for basic authentication will no longer be available. All users will need to use “request signatures” for webhook authentication.

 When is this happening?

 Basic authentication will be removed from HubSpot webhooks on March, 1, 2019.

 Join the conversation, here!

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Sunset: The V1 Forms API will be sunset on March 29th

The original v1 of the Forms API was released in sync with the launch of our then new form tools. Since then, we've added several new features to our forms, including support for progressive and dependant fields, support for inline thank you messages, and new styling options for columns and rows of fields. To prevent issues with breaking changes to the API, these features were not added to the v1 Forms API, and the v2 API was released with those new features. As a result, the v1 API is no longer feature complete with the HubSpot forms tools.

What's happening

On March 29th, 2019, the v1 Forms API will be sunset. This will include all endpoints beginning with the /forms/v1/ path. At this point, the /forms/v1/ endpoints will no longer function. Integrations using the v1 endpoints will need to be updated to use the current v2 endpoints.

When is this happening

The v1 API and the v1 endpoints will be shut down on March 29th, 2019.

Note: This sunset specifically affects endpoints beginning with /forms/v1/. This will not include the new /form-integrations/v1 endpoint to get form submissions.

Please let us know if you have any questions by replying to the forum thread here.
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Update: Public Contact Record Sunset

The sunset of the Public Contact Record is being moved from December 20th to January 23rd.

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Enforcing HTTPS for all outgoing requests made by the HubSpot platform

All new webhook URLs are required to use HTTPS, and all existing URLs will be required to use HTTPS starting December 4th.

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Sunset: Public Contact Record

The public contact record is being sunset on December 20th

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Sunset: Workflow Webhook Action for Marketing Professional Portals

New Marketing Professional portals will no longer have access to the workflow webhook action starting November 1st. New Marketing Enterprise and existing Marketing Professional portals will continue to have access going forward.

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Reminder: Sunsetting the Keywords API

Keywords API will be sunset on August 1st, 2018

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Sunsetting the Keywords API in 2018

Keywords API will be sunset on June 1st, 2018

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